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California Thousand Trails park evacuated due to flood danger

(February 5, 2019) — The Thousand Trails Morgan Hill RV Resort in Morgan Hill, Calif., evacuated its guests Monday afternoon shortly after the nearby Uvas Reservoir reached capacity and began to spill over its banks, according to NBC 7.

The Santa Clara Valley Water District said there is no imminent flood risk downstream. “They said we had to leave,” Morgan Hill resident Lambert Lorette said of the Thousand Trails owned campground.

Water district officials later reported water flow was decreasing. Uvas Reservoir, along with Almaden and Vasona reservoirs, have all reached capacity due to recent storms in the region.

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Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodbury
I'm the founder and publisher of I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.



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Patrick (@guest_40449)
4 years ago

This park floods pretty much anytime there is more than a 1/2″ of rain or better. They reopened after 2 years due to the bridge leading into the park washed out.

Impavid (@guest_40217)
4 years ago

California’s had fire, now flood. What’s next, famine?

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